Isabel Nares (choreographer) + Jorge David García Castilla (composer) March 25-31 Investigation and research in the PWNW studio and on the streets of Portland April 1 || 7pm Body/Sound/Visual Installation: A hybrid intermedial movement process plus conversation with the artists. Suggested donation of $5 at the door; no one denied entry due to lack of funds Free refreshments!
La Barabacoa Danza Contemporanea, in residence at PWNW in late March, is a dance group from Morelia, Mexico. Their current project, Migrant Body/Cuerpo Migrante, is a platform for reflection and research on how migration between México and the United States affects the body. How does a migratory, mobilized body affect the zones and territories it enters? How does this body affect other bodies already residing in these locations? How do the newly-encountered zones and bodies transform the migratory, recently-displaced body?
The first part of the project consists of three residences and scenic interventions in: Portland, OR; Greeley, CO., and New York. La Barbacoa will spend the first days of their PWNW residency in a process of research and investigatory interventions, both in the studio and on the streets of Portland. The public is invited to learn about the project and witness a presentation and informal performance on April 1 at 7pm.
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